Macquarie hires Asia e-trading head, CLSA loses one

The Australian bank has appointed David Klinger to manage its expansion into electronic trading and execution. Meanwhile, CLSA’s Ned Phillips has quit as its head of BlocSec, its dark pool platform.

  • 02 Nov 2009

Macquarie Securities has hired David Klinger as head of execution services for Asia, while Ned Phillips, CEO of CLSA’s electronic crossing network BlocSec, has quit.

Based in Hong Kong, Klinger was announced as executive director at the Australian bank’s equity broking arm after quitting Liquidnet, the electronic dark ...

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